GVSU Taps Into Food Truck Trend, Caters To Changing Student Tastes

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Friday, September 7, 2012

Students looking to grab a quick bite to eat between classes at Grand Valley State University can now get their food on-the-go.

College dining leaders, looking to capitalize on a national food truck trend, have renovated a former concession trailer to become a semi-mobile dining option, parking it across from Zumberge Library.

The menu is slim – students can choose from four types of pre-made burritos for $3.99 – but Senior Food Services Director Ryan Jones believes the stand, known as Zoca Express, will be a hit with students.

“It gives students options who are maybe in a hurry or can’t wait in one of the lines at the dining hall,” Jones said.

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